Simultaneous movement of two molecules across a membrane in the same direction

Simultaneous Movement Of Two Molecules Across A Membrane In The Biology Question

Simultaneous movement of two molecules across a membrane in the same direction is known as

Options

(a) antiport
(b) symport
(c) uniport
(d) biport

Correct Answer:

symport

Explanation:

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Subject: Biology (4253)

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